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Manager Guardiola said Manchester City may break transfer record

Manager Guardiola said Manchester City may break transfer record

Manchester City's Spanish administrator Pep Guardiola said the Premier League club could break its past move records and spend more than 100 million pounds ($139 million) on a player, as theories became over the fate of Borussia Dortmund's in-structure striker Erling Haaland. 

He said the club could break their exchange record and spend more than 100 million pounds ($139 million) on a player, in the midst of theory over the fate of Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland. 

With Sergio Aguero leaving the Etihad Stadium toward the finish of the period, City has been connected with Haaland in British media reports and Guardiola will draw a nearer take a gander at him on the contribute Tuesday's Champions League quarter-last first leg. 

Even though City has been the greatest spenders in Europe in the course of the most recent decade, they are yet to purchase a player for a world record sum and their most elevated charge paid is 64 million pounds for Ruben Dias to Benfica in September. 

Guardiola a week ago portrayed the possibility of another record-breaking move in the nearby season as "unimaginable", however on Monday he mollified that position by guaranteeing a 100 million-pound marking was conceivable. 

"So far the club has chosen not to spend not near 100 million pounds for a player or more than that on a player," Guardiola told a news meeting. 

"Possibly later on it will occur on the off chance that they conclude it is important to improve the group for the following five, 10 years." 

Media reports said Dortmund could request a charge of around 180 million euros ($177 million) for Haaland, who has scored 33 objectives for the club taking all things together rivalries this season. 

Guardiola wouldn't discuss the possibility of marking Norway's global Haaland, however, hailed the 20-year-old's "extraordinary" characteristics. 

"The numbers represent themselves," Guardiola said. 

"At the point when that happens, this is because he can score with the right, the left, the counter assaults, in the crate."

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